2017 NFL free agency: Latest signings, reaction

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Here is every notable NFL free-agent signing until March 21, with the most recent deals at the top.

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Tuesday, March 21

Steelers to sign former top-10 pick Alualu

DL Tyson Alualu, the 10th overall pick in 2010, spent his first seven seasons in Jacksonville, where he missed just two games.

Fowler: Tyson Alualu brings versatility -- and his son -- into Steelers family

Giants agree to one-year deal with RB Draughn

Shaun Draughn, 29, spent the past season with the 49ers. He has also played for the Chiefs, Ravens, Chargers, Bears and Browns.

Saints, LB Te'o agree on two-year deal

Former Charger Manti Te'o is headed to New Orleans, as the Saints continue their makeover at inside linebacker. ESPN's Dan Graziano first reported that the deal was imminent on Monday.

Triplett: Manti Te'o could be nice fit for Saints, depending on where he plays

Saturday, March 18

LB Minter signing with Bengals

Linebacker Kevin Minter is signing with Cincinnati, a source told ESPN's Josina Anderson. Minter, who turned 26 in December, has been Arizona's starting inside linebacker the past two seasons after spending the first two seasons of his career being groomed for the role of the defense's quarterback.

Terrell: Minter addition gives boost to position of need for Bengals

Bills agree to terms with WR Holmes

Buffalo has agreed to terms with wide receiver Andre Holmes, the team announced. Holmes will become the highest-profile free-agent addition to the Bills' thin receiving corps.

Rodak: Holmes becomes favorite to start for Bills alongside Sammy Watkins

Friday, March 17

Bucs to sign veteran kicker Folk, sources say

Former New York Jets kicker Nick Folk will sign with Tampa Bay to compete with Roberto Aguayo, sources said. A second-round draft pick in 2016, Aguayo struggled as a rookie, making only 22 of 31 field goal attempts (71 percent).

Laine: Bucs show they mean business bringing in real competition for Aguayo

Cardinals re-sign DT Rucker to one-year deal

Defensive tackle Frostee Rucker has re-signed with Arizona. Rucker was plagued with injuries for most of 2016, but he displayed a veteran toughness and played through the ailments for the Cardinals.

Source: Seahawks re-sign CB Shead on one-year deal

DeShawn Shead started 15 games for the Seahawks last season before tearing his ACL and meniscus in the playoffs.

Kapadia: Shead gives Legion of Boom another option to play opposite Sherman

DE Pierre-Paul signs four-year contract with Giants

Sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter that Jason Pierre-Paul and the Giants agreed to a four-year contract. ESPN's Jordan Raanan reports the deal is worth $62 million total and $40 million guaranteed.

Raanan: Giants make massive, costly move in long-term deal with Pierre-Paul

Sources: Giants expected to sign former Jets QB Smith

A source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that Geno Smith will take a physical with the team this weekend, and if it goes well, he would signed a deal with the Giants on Monday.

Source: Seahawks, TE Willson reach 1-year deal

A source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan that Luke Willson's deal is worth up to $3 million with incentives.

Kapadia: Luke Willson gives Seahawks TE depth behind Jimmy Graham

Thursday, March 16

QB Manuel expected to sign with Raiders

Quarterback EJ Manuel likely will sign with Oakland, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Manuel, a former first-round pick, was a disappointment in four seasons with Buffalo.

Rams sign veteran pass-rusher Barwin

Connor Barwin, a former Eagle, will play outside linebacker in Wade Phillips' 3-4 scheme.

Raiders sign ex-Packers TE Cook

Former Packers TE Jared Cook has agreed to join the Raiders, a source told ESPN's Adam Caplan.

Gutierrez: Derek Carr recruits, lands new TE target for Raiders
Gutierrez: Jared Cook eager to join Amari Cooper and barter for his No. 89

Bills match Rams' offer; keep OL Groy in fold

Buffalo announced that it is matching the Rams' two-year, $5 million restricted free-agent offer sheet to offensive lineman Ryan Groy.

Dolphins re-sign starting right guard Bushrod

Jermon Bushrod will return to Miami after starting all 16 games for the Dolphins in 2016.

Walker: Dolphins add continuity on offensive line by re-signing Bushrod

Jets likely to sign CB Claiborne, source says

Former Cowboys CB Morris Claiborne is expected to sign with the Jets, a league source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Cimini: Jets begin life after Darrelle Revis by gambling on Claiborne
Archer: Cowboys now in must-have mode at cornerback in the draft

Ravens agree with CB Carr on four-year deal

CB Brandon Carr has agreed to a one-year deal with a series of options to make it a four-year deal worth $24 million, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Hensley: Brandon Carr brings much-needed stability at CB for Ravens

Cowboys re-sign RB McFadden after Dunbar bolts

Darren McFadden had interest from other teams but opted to remain with the Cowboys on a deal that will pay him $980,000 this season.

Falcons reach deal with DT Poe

Dontari Poe agreed to a one-year deal worth up to $10 million to join the reigning NFC champions.

McClure: Falcons make splash after all by adding Poe to emerging defense

Vikings, RB Murray sign deal

Minnesota has signed free-agent running back Latavius Murray, the team announced Thursday. Murray's deal is for three years but can be voided after one season, which means he could be a free agent again next year, a league source tells ESPN Insider Field Yates.

Goessling: Murray's arrival signals shift in Vikings' offense
Gutierrez: With Murray gone, should Raiders focus on Adrian Peterson?

Wednesday, March 15

Redskins clear cap room by waiving DE Jean Francois

Washington continued to reshape its defensive line and freed up more salary-cap room by releasing veteran end Ricky Jean Francois on Wednesday. Jean Francois' release was expected because he would have counted $4 million against the salary cap in 2017 and was going to be a backup at best.

Vikings to re-sign WR Thielen on 3-year deal

Adam Thielen has crafted quite the rags-to-riches story for himself in his first four years with Minnesota. He accentuated the second half of that equation Wednesday, when he secured a new contract with the team.

Bucs re-sign C Hawley

Free-agent center Joe Hawley is returning to Tampa Bay on a two-year deal, the team announced Wednesday. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Laine: Re-signing of Hawley brings some O-line clarity

LB Hightower to re-sign with Pats

Dont'a Hightower has decided to re-sign with New England, agreeing to a four-year, $43.5 million deal, the star linebacker's agents announced Wednesday.

Reiss: Hightower set up to become one of all-time Patriots greats
Cimini: Source: Jets had concerns after Dont'a Hightower's physical

Vikings re-signing CB Newman

Minnesota announced Wednesday that it has agreed to terms with cornerback Terence Newman, who will return to the team for a third season. Newman, 38, is coming off two strong seasons with the Vikings, with whom he reunited with coach Mike Zimmer for the third time in his career.

Goessling: At age 39, Newman still could be valuable piece of Vikings' defense

Ravens trade C Zuttah to 49ers

Baltimore traded starting center Jeremy Zuttah to San Francisco on Thursday. The teams also swapped sixth-round draft picks (No. 186 overall to Baltimore and No. 198 overall to San Francisco).

Steelers add WR Hunter

Pittsburgh and wide receiver Justin Hunter agreed to a contract Wednesday, according to a source. Hunter, a second-round pick by Tennessee in 2013, just finished a stint with Buffalo, where four of his 10 receptions went for touchdowns.

Tuesday, March 14

OT Smith set for Cincinnati homecoming

After spending 2016 with Minnesota, tackle Andre Smith will rejoin Cincinnati, where he spent his first seven seasons, a team source tells ESPN's Jeff Darlington.

Terrell: Smith's return to Bengals no substitute for linemen lost this offseason

Percy Harvin's agent says the WR has retired

Percy Harvin plans to retire -- for real this time. The wide receiver is not participating in this year's free agency, agent Greg Barnett told ESPN's Jeremy Fowler.

Vikings sign defender Jones

Former Green Bay first-round pick Datone Jones has agreed to a contract with division rival Minnesota. Terms were not disclosed, but according to multiple reports, Jones signed a one-year, $3.5 million deal with incentives that could push the total value to $5 million.

OLB Jones agrees to deal with Cardinals

Arizona didn't waste any time in replacing outside linebacker Alex Okafor. A few hours after Okafor signed with New Orleans, Jarvis Jones' agent, Greg Barnett, tweeted that the former Pittsburgh outside linebacker will be signing with the Cardinals.

Weinfuss: Cardinals bolster pass-rush depth by agreeing with Jones

Patriots sign RB Burkhead

New England has signed former Bengals running back Rex Burkhead, the team announced Tuesday. Terms were not disclosed.

Cowboys have deal with OL Cooper

Dallas has agreed to a one-year deal with guard Jonathan Cooper, according to a source, which will allow the team some flexibility on its offensive line with the departure of Ronald Leary and the impending retirement of Doug Free.

Rams re-sign K Zuerlein to three-year deal

The Los Angeles Rams are bringing kicker Greg Zuerlein back on a three-year deal, it was announced Tuesday.

CB House returning to Packers following Jaguars release

Green Bay is reuniting with one of its own, at a position where it needs the most help. Cornerback Davon House will sign a one-year contract with the Packers, a source told ESPN.

Demovsky: House's return just one step in strengthening Packers' cornerbacks

Bears agree to re-sign K Barth

Chicago agreed to re-sign kicker Connor Barth to a one-year contract, the team announced Tuesday. Barth, 30, joined the Bears before Week 1 last season, after the club released longtime kicker Robbie Gould.

Dickerson: Bears bring Barth back for another season

Seahawks sign RB Lacy to one-year deal

Running back Eddie Lacy has signed a one-year deal with Seattle, his agent said Tuesday. A source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that the deal is worth $5.55 million, with $3 million fully guaranteed.

Kapadia: Seahawks hope Lacy can help resurrect physical run game
Demovsky: Lacy's departure for Seattle leaves sizable hole in Packers' offense
Kapadia: Seahawks' goal is to get Eddie Lacy's weight into the 240s

Patriots RFA CB Butler to meet with Saints

Patriots restricted free agent cornerback Malcolm Butler has scheduled a visit with the Saints at the team's headquarters on Thursday. New Orleans coach Sean Payton confirmed the visit Wednesday, telling The Associated Press he holds Butler in high regard and is eager to meet with him.

Triplett: Butler trade would be perfect companion to Brandin Cooks deal

Saints add needed pass-rusher with Okafor agreement

New Orleans addressed one of its most glaring needs by agreeing to terms with former Arizona outside linebacker Alex Okafor, a source confirmed.

Triplett: Saints tackle biggest need in second wave of free agency with Okafor

Falcons sign WR Roberts to 1-year, $1.8M deal

Atlanta has signed free-agent receiver Andre Roberts to a one-year deal worth $1.8 million with $750,000 guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Dan Graziano.

McClure: Falcons fill void on returns with Roberts

Monday, March 13

WR Raiders, Patterson reach agreement on deal

Oakland has agreed to terms on a contract with former Minnesota wide receiver/kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson, a source told ESPN's Dan Graziano.

Gutierrez: Raiders improve return game with Patterson
Gutierrez: Patterson: Joining Raiders a 'blessing from the sky'

Rams sign CB Webster to a two-year deal

The Rams and cornerback Kayvon Webster reached an agreement on a two-year contract on Monday, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Gonzalez: Webster gives Rams much-needed depth at CB

Pass-rusher Ware, eighth all time in sacks, announces retirement

DeMarcus Ware announced via Twitter on Monday that he is retiring. Ware came to the Broncos as part of the free-agency binge in 2014 when cornerback Aqib Talib, wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders and safety T.J. Ward were also signed.

Legwold: Ware has case as first-ballot Hall of Famer
Archer: Ware won't wear star again, but place in Cowboys' lore secure

DT Logan to join Chiefs on one-year contract

Kansas City and former Philadelphia defensive tackle Bennie Logan reached agreement on a one-year deal Monday, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Teicher: Logan's signing likely ends Dontari Poe's time with Chiefs

RB Ellington returns to Cardinals on one-year deal

The Arizona Cardinals re-signed running back Andre Ellington to a one-year deal, the team announced Monday. Terms were not disclosed.

OG Jerry gets three-year deal from Giants

Guard John Jerry has agreed to a three-year deal worth up to $10 million -- with $4.25 million guaranteed -- to return to the New York Giants, a source told ESPN on Monday.

Chargers release OT Dunlap

The Chargers released left tackle King Dunlap on Monday. Dunlap's release was expected after the Chargers signed Russell Okung to a four-year, $53 million deal on the first day of free agency last week. Okung is slated to start at left tackle, allowing the Chargers to move on from Dunlap.

WR Boldin wants to play 15th season in league

Free-agent wide receiver Anquan Boldin wants to play a 15th season in the NFL, his publicist Angela LaChica said Monday. Boldin, 36, is one of the most prolific receivers in NFL history and is expected to someday be a candidate for Hall of Fame enshrinement.

QB Foles returning to Eagles on two-year deal; Daniel released

Former Kansas City quarterback Nick Foles is returning to Philadelphia on two-year deal, the team announced Monday.

McManus: Foles signing signals end of Chase Daniel with Eagles
Teicher: Did Chiefs make right decision in letting Foles go?

Sunday, March 12

Jags cut veteran NT Miller

The Jacksonville Jaguars cut veteran nose tackle Roy Miller on Sunday afternoon, ending the tenure of one of the team's most well-liked players.

OL Lang reaches three-year deal with Lions

Former Green Bay offensive lineman T.J. Lang has agreed to a three-year contract with Detroit, his agent announced Sunday.

Rothstein: Michigan native Lang solidifies right side of Lions' offensive line
Demovsky: Packers have no clear-cut replacement after losing Lang to Lions
Wilde: After saying goodbye to Aaron Rodgers, Lang ready to embrace Lions

Broncos bringing in DTs Peko, Kerr

Denver has agreed to two-year contracts with free-agent defensive tackles Domata Peko and Zach Kerr, according to multiple reports.

Legwold: Broncos continue to shop for big guys in free agency

Saturday, March 11

OL Fluker, Giants agree to one-year contract

The Giants and free-agent offensive lineman D.J. Fluker have agreed on a one-year deal, a source told ESPN's Josina Anderson. The Chargers released Fluker on March 7, parting ways with the offensive lineman whom they made the 11th overall pick of the 2013 draft.

Raanan: Giants add piece to offensive line, but not done yet

WR Wright, Bears agree to terms on one-year deal

Former Tennessee receiver Kendall Wright has agreed to terms on a one-year deal worth up to $4 million with Chicago, a source told ESPN's Adam Caplan.

Dickerson: Bears add another weapon in former first-round WR Wright

TE Griffin to sign three-year deal to remain with Texans

Ryan Griffin told Fox 26 in Houston that he is signing a three-year deal to remain with the Texans. "I'm excited," Griffin told Fox 26. "I know what type of organization it is here. We were a win away from the [AFC] Championship Game. We need a couple more wins to get that ring."

Barshop: Re-signing Griffin gives Texans stability at tight end

Bears ink former Cardinals CB Cooper to three-year deal

The Chicago Bears have signed former Arizona Cardinals cornerback Marcus Cooper to a three-year contract, the team announced Saturday.

Dickerson: Plot thickens at cornerback after Bears sign Cooper

OT Mills reaches agreement with Bills on two-year deal

Offensive tackle Jordan Mills reached agreement with the Buffalo Bills on a two-year contract worth $4 million, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter. The deal keeps him in Buffalo.

Rodak: After looking elsewhere, Bills decide to bring back Mills

TE Kendricks to join Packers

Milwaukee native, Wisconsin alum and former Rams tight end Lance Kendricks will join Martellus Bennett in Green Bay, sources ESPN's Rob Demovsky and Adam Schefter.

Demovsky: Another tight end? Why not, Packers say

Patriots add size, length to D-line with Guy

New England reached a four-year agreement with former Baltimore defensive lineman Lawrence Guy, a source confirms to ESPN.

Cowboys OT Free to retire

A week ago at the scouting combine, the Cowboys were caught off guard by a report that Doug Free was considering retirement. Now they have been informed that the veteran offensive tackle indeed intends to retire, according to multiple sources.

OLB Alexander re-ups with Bills after breakthrough season

Lorenzo Alexander announced the deal on Twitter. A source tells ESPN's Josina Anderson the deal is for two years and $9 million.

Rodak: Bills pay modest price for Lorenzo Alexander, but his role is uncertain

Buccaneers agree to terms with S Wilcox

A source told ESPN's Jenna Laine that former Cowboys safety J.J. Wilcox plans to join the Buccaneers.

Laine: Buccaneers get hard-hitting safety Wilcox

Friday, March 10

Dallas to add ex-Philly CB Carroll

Nolan Carroll gets a three-year, $10 million deal to play for the Cowboys.

Archer: Cowboys cover a 'must' by adding Nolan Carroll at cornerback

Patriots trade for Saints WR Cooks for picks

New England traded its first- and third-round picks to New Orleans in exchange for Brandin Cooks and the Saints' fourth-rounder.

Reiss: Cooks trade shows Patriots going all in as Tom Brady approaches 40
Triplett: Cooks deal is a letdown, but feels Patriots-like
Bowen: How Brandin Cooks makes the Patriots even scarier
ESPN Stats & Information: Where Cooks stacks up among NFL's best wide receivers
Triplett: Cooks is latest playmaker Saints confident they can replace

Panthers sign CB Munnerlyn

Captain Munnerlyn returns to Carolina, where he spent his first five seasons before going to Minnesota in free agency.

Newton: Bringing back nickelback Captain Munnerlyn no-brainer for Panthers
Goessling: Vikings could think differently about replacing Captain Munnerlyn

WR Williams, Cowboys agree on four-year deal, sources say

Dallas has agreed to terms with wide receiver Terrance Williams on a four-year deal, sources told ESPN. The deal is worth $17 million, with $9.5 million guaranteed, sources told ESPN's Todd Archer. Williams, 27, could make as much as $22 million after incentives, according to sources.

Archer: Keeping Williams keeps Dak Prescott's targets in place

TE Bennett heading from New England to Green Bay

Former Patriots TE Martellus Bennett is signing with the Packers, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter. Meanwhile, tight end Jared Cook, who played for Green Bay in 2016, will sign elsewhere as a free agent, a source tells ESPN's Rob Demovsky.

Demovsky: Packers' signing of Martellus Bennett a shocker but also a necessity
Demovsky: Martellus Bennett used to hate Aaron Rodgers; newest Packer loves him now

Jets sign OT Beachum, K Catanzaro

After sitting out the first day of free agency, the New York Jets signed their first two free agents Friday, adding left tackle Kelvin Beachum and kicker Chandler Catanzaro.

Cimini: Jets continue O-line overhaul with Beachum signing

LB Sheard is off to Indianapolis

Former Patriots LB Jabaal Sheard is signing with the Colts, according to ESPN's Field Yates and Adam Schefter.

Wells: Colts continue defensive makeover, linebacker infusion with Sheard

OT Watson crosses rival lines, joins Broncos

Former Oakland Raiders OT Menelik Watson has agreed to a three-year deal with Denver.

Legwold: Watson second O-lineman picked up by Broncos in two days

Patriots acquire Ealy, third-round pick in trade with Panthers

Carolina on Friday traded defensive end Kony Ealy and a third-round pick to New England in exchange for the Patriots' second-round pick, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Reiss: Patriots restock at defensive end by adding Ealy

LB Jones hits guaranteed jackpot from Cardinals

Outside linebacker Chandler Jones signed a five-year contract Friday, with multiple reports saying it is worth $83 million with $53 million guaranteed. It is believed to be the largest sum of guaranteed money handed out during this year's free-agency frenzy.

Weinfuss: Jones aims to be elite pass-rusher, a locker-room leader

Redskins sign Pryor to one-year deal

Washington has signed wide receiver Terrelle Pryor Sr., the team announced Friday. Sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter that the sides had agreed to a one-year, $8 million contract.

Keim: Redskins take advantage of weak market for Pryor
McManamon: Pryor's desire to test market opened door for Browns

Pro Bowl safety Mike Adams joins Panthers

Safety Mike Adams, a 13-year veteran who was most recently with the Colts, has signed a two-year contract with Carolina, the team announced Friday.

Newton: Addition of Adams could benefit Coleman, Panthers
Newton: Panthers GM putting reputation on line with veterans Peppers, Adams

Timmons leaves Steelers after 10 seasons for Miami

The Dolphins are signing linebacker Lawrence Timmons to a two-year, $12 million deal that includes $11 million guaranteed, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Walker: Timmons helps fill a hole at linebacker for Dolphins
Fowler: Steelers betting on youth by letting Timmons walk

LB Julius Peppers returning to Panthers

Carolina is set to welcome back its all-time sacks leader in Julius Peppers, who is returning to the team that he started his NFL career with, per Peppers' agent Carl Carey.

Newton: Panthers right a wrong by bringing Peppers home to finish career
Demovsky: Three years, 25 sacks later, Peppers was bargain deal for Packers
Newton: Panthers GM putting reputation on line with veterans Peppers, Adams

TE Cameron, one of ESPN's top 150 free agents, to retire

After four concussions and plenty of time thinking about the future for himself and his son, Dolphins tight end Jordan Cameron, in an interview with ESPN's Pat McManamon, said it's time for him to retire.

After one year, RG III is out of Cleveland

Quarterback Robert Griffin III will be a free agent again, as the Browns will release the quarterback, a source told ESPN's Josina Anderson.

Bears offer up one-year deal for CB Amukamara

Cornerback Prince Amukamara has reached an agreement on a one-year deal with Chicago, sources tell ESPN.

Dickerson: Amukamara is talented, but will he be healthy for Bears?

OL Wisniewski signs deal with Eagles

Philadelphia has agreed to a three-year deal with offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski, the team announced.

McManus: With Eagles signing Wisniewski; will Jason Kelce remain on roster?

Colts sign former Texans OLB Simon

John Simon gets a three-year deal to change teams within the AFC South, a source told ESPN's Field Yates.

Wells: Simon fits mold of what Colts seek in reshaping their defense

Lions add former Raiders CB Hayden

Former Oakland Raiders cornerback D.J. Hayden got a one-year deal worth up to $5.25 million.

Rothstein: Injury history makes Hayden a questionable signing for Lions
Gutierrez: Is a Raiders draft bust too harsh for Hayden?
Rothstein: Hayden reuniting with workout partners Darius Slay, Glover Quin

Rams trade starting DE Hayes to Dolphins

William Hayes is headed to Miami. The Dolphins traded their sixth-round pick (No. 206) in exchange for the Rams' seventh-rounder (No. 223) to complete the deal.

Walker: Hayes adds quality depth to Dolphins' roster as a third defensive end
Walker: Dolphins' William Hayes has interesting thoughts on dinosaurs and the moon

Thursday, March 9

QB Barkley, WR Robinson join 49ers' sizable free-agent class

Free-agent quarterback Matt Barkley is headed to San Francisco. The 49ers also agreed to a deal with wide receiver Aldrick Robinson on Thursday night, a league source told ESPN's Nick Wagoner, giving San Francisco three new receivers on the opening day of free agency.

Wagoner: 49ers continue Bear raid of quarterbacks with Barkley

Former Patriots CB Ryan agrees to deal with Titans

Logan Ryan has agreed to a deal with Tennessee, his agents say. The three-year deal is worth $30 million, according to multiple reports.

Kuharsky: Titans upgrade at corner with steady, dependable Ryan

Ravens retain their force at NT in Williams

Defensive tackle Brandon Williams and Baltimore have reached an agreement in principle on a five-year deal, the team announced Thursday.

Hensley: Ravens make big splash to anchor defensive line

Niners get PK Gould, former Super Bowl MVP in LB Smith

San Francisco has plucked former Raiders linebacker Malcolm Smith and ex-Giants kicker Robbie Gould off the market on the first day of free agency.

Wagoner: Gould has large shoes to fill
Wagoner: Smith gives 49ers much-needed linebacker help

Chargers, OT Russell Okung agree to four-year deal

Former Broncos offensive lineman Russell Okung and the Los Angeles Chargers have agreed on a four-year deal worth $53 million, a source told ESPN's Josina Anderson.

Williams: In Okung, Chargers gain a road grader in the run game

Vikings beef up O-line with Reiff addition

Offensive tackle Riley Reiff, who started every game in which he has appeared the past four seasons for Detroit, is headed to Minnesota.

Goessling: In signing Reiff, Vikings go after top priority in repairing O-line

Seahawks add ex-No. 2 pick Joeckel to O-line

Seattle has agreed to a one-year, $8 million deal with Luke Joeckel in a move to strengthen its offensive line, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Kapadia: Seahawks take low-risk gamble on veteran offensive lineman Joeckel

Browns get QB Brock Osweiler, 2018 second-round pick from Texans

The Texans are trading quarterback Brock Osweiler to the Browns, a move that will take Osweiler's $16 million guaranteed salary off of Houston's books. Cleveland also will receive the Texans' 2018 second-round pick and a 2017 sixth-round pick (No. 188 overall). Houston will get a 2017 fourth-round pick (No. 142) and save $10 million in salary-cap space and $16 million in cash this season.

McManamon: Trade with Houston was about draft pick -- not Osweiler
Barshop: Unloading Osweiler shows Texans are all-in for 2017
McManamon: Browns get creative with salary-cap space in Osweiler trade

Top free-agent CB Bouye is off to Jacksonville

A source tells ESPN's Michael C. Wright that Texans cornerback A.J. Bouye has agreed to a five-year deal worth $67.5 million and $26 million fully guaranteed with the Jaguars.

DiRocco: Bouye provides the missing piece to Jags' secondary
Barshop: Texans' secondary needs work after loss of Bouye

Eagles add to receiving corps by picking up Jeffery

Former Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery told ESPN's Josina Anderson that he is signing a one-year, $14 million contract with the Eagles.

McManus: Addition of Jeffery makes Carson Wentz a happy QB
Dickerson: Jeffery's short deal with Eagles leaves Bears thin at WR

CB Dre Kirkpatrick sticks with Bengals

Cincinnati cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick announced via his Twitter account that he was "going to go get these rings" and will stay with the team, agreeing to a five-year deal.

Terrell: Bengals maintain stability in secondary by retaining Kirkpatrick

Kicker Phil Dawson finds a new home with Cardinals

Arizona has agreed to a contract with veteran kicker Phil Dawson, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Weinfuss: Cardinals add consistency, possible competition in Dawson

DL Baker fortifies Bucs' defensive side of the ball

Former Redskins defensive lineman Chris Baker signed with Tampa Bay, the team announced Thursday.

Laine: Expected to play defensive tackle, Baker adds punch to Bucs' D-line

Guard Zeitler joins Browns' revamped O-line

Kevin Zeitler has agreed to join the Browns on a five-year, $60 million deal that includes $31.5 million guaranteed, according to ESPN's Dianna Russini and Adam Schefter. Also Thursday, the Browns signed guard Joel Bitonio to an extension.

McManamon: Browns land one of best linemen on the market

Saints snag G Larry Warford, re-sign DT Nick Fairley

Former Lions guard Larry Warford is signing with New Orleans, while defensive tackle Nick Fairley is re-signing with the team, sources told ESPN's Josina Anderson.

Triplett: Saints not ignoring offense, go big with guard Warford
Triplett: Fairley, Saints still a perfect match

Despite late push by Broncos, Campbell picks Jaguars

Defensive tackle Calais Campbell will sign a four-year, $60 million deal with the Jaguars that includes $30 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

DiRocco: Campbell a badly needed boost for Jaguars' pass rush
Weinfuss: Cardinals might never find another player like Campbell

Titans land safety Cyprien

Former Jaguars safety Johnathan Cyprien is off to Tennessee, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Kuharsky: Considered a very good run defender, Cyprien should lift Titans' defense

TE Fasano returns to Miami

The Dolphins have reached an agreement with tight end Anthony Fasano, sources told ESPN's Jeff Darlington. Fasano played for the Dolphins for five seasons (2008-12).

Walker: Dolphins bring back Fasano to block in power run game

Romo finds himself on the trading block

Quarterback Tony Romo is now expected to be traded rather than released by Dallas, with both the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans being potential trade partners, according to league sources.

Archer: Times are a-changin' for Cowboys, Romo as trade blows in wind

QB Cutler's tenure with the Bears comes to an end

Chicago released quarterback Jay Cutler on Thursday, ending a tumultuous eight-year tenure with the organization.

Dickerson: Cutler leaves memorable legacy, but not for right reasons
Photo gallery: Cutler's legacy of mediocrity
Stats & Info: Cutler's up-and-down ride with Bears is over

Cardinals sign Antoine Bethea, re-sign A.Q. Shipley

Arizona signed safety Antoine Bethea to a three-year deal Thursday. The team also re-signed center A.Q. Shipley to a two-year deal.

Weinfuss: Cardinals don't waste any time replacing Tony Jefferson in their secondary
Weinfuss: Arizona retains its consistent, productive O-line with Shipley

Terrell McClain, D.J. Swearinger are off to Washington

The Redskins will sign defensive lineman Terrell McClain to a four-year deal, a source confirmed to ESPN's John Keim. The Redskins also have signed safety D.J. Swearinger, a source told Keim.

Keim: Redskins needed youth at safety, and they get that with Swearinger

Broncos to fortify offensive line by adding Leary

Former Cowboys guard Ronald Leary has agreed to a four-year deal with Denver.

Legwold: Broncos keep promise to beef up O-line, sign Leary
Archer: With Leary leaving, time for Collins to meet line's standard in Dallas

Kirk Cousins appeals to Dan Snyder for trade

Quarterback Kirk Cousins has recently appealed to Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder, asking for a trade without a long-term contract in place, league and team sources told ESPN's Chris Mortensen.

Insiders: Our experts discuss what Washington should do with CousinsInsider

Saints expected to sign WR Ginn, LB Klein

New Orleans is expected to raid the Panthers to sign wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. and linebacker A.J. Klein, sources told ESPN.

Triplett: Ted Ginn Jr. could help fill void if Saints trade Brandin Cooks
Newton: Panthers in need of a speed wide receiver after losing Ginn
Triplett: Klein latest in Saints' middle linebacker carousel

Bears land QB Mike Glennon, S Quintin Demps

Chicago is expected to sign QB Mike Glennon to a three-year, $45 million contract, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Glennon, 27, would get $19 million guaranteed. The Bears are also expected to sign safety Quintin Demps to a three-year, $13.5 million contract with $5 million coming in the first year, sources told ESPN's Adam Caplan.

Dickerson: Signing Glennon can't deter Bears from drafting a quarterback
Dickerson: Demps brings interceptions to Bears' mix, but age is a concern
Dickerson: Glennon addition may change when Bears draft QB

Falcons keep DL Upshaw, QB Schaub

Atlanta announced a contract extension with defensive tackle Courtney Upshaw and also officially announced quarterback Matt Schaub's contract to return to the club.

McClure: Re-signing Upshaw important for Falcons' line depth

Rams add veteran LT Andrew Whitworth, WR Robert Woods

The Rams, desperate for all the help they can get on offense, addressed two of their most pressing needs, signing veteran left tackle Andrew Whitworth and former USC receiver Robert Woods to multiyear contracts.

Gonzalez: After splash at LT, Rams go safe route with Woods
Terrell: At 35, Whitworth sought the long-term security the Rams offered
Gonzalez: Rams solidify left tackle position with Whitworth signing
Terrell: Bengals make huge mistake in losing Whitworth to Rams

WR Smith agrees to three-year contract with Eagles

Wide receiver Torrey Smith has agreed to a three-year deal with Philadelphia, the team announced Thursday. The contract has a total value of $15 million, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

McManus: Eagles get their speedy receiver by signing Smith

WR Britt, center JC Tretter agree to terms with Browns

Cleveland has reached deals with veteran wide receiver Kenny Britt and center JC Tretter, the team announced.

McManamon: Browns to add 1,000-yard WR in Britt; Terrelle Pryor status unknown
McManamon: Browns to sign JC Tretter, figures to be in mix at center

Stephon Gilmore to jump to Pats, who will also re-sign Alan Branch

Cornerback Stephon Gilmore is staying in the AFC East, as he is expected to sign a five-year deal with New England, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Defensive tackle Alan Branch, meanwhile, has agreed to return to the Patriots on a two-year deal worth up to $12 million, a source told Schefter.

Reiss: Gilmore addition has effect on Logan Ryan, possibly Malcolm Butler
Rodak: Bills smart to let Gilmore go, but losing him to the Patriots stings
Reiss: Patriots check off important part of to-do list with Branch deal

WR Jackson signs with Buccaneers

Former Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson has signed with Tampa Bay and will pair with 2016 Pro Bowl wide receiver Mike Evans.

Laine: Jameis Winston gets deep threat he wanted in DeSean Jackson

Packers re-sign OLB Perry

Nick Perry, who had the best season of his career in 2016, returns to Green Bay. Perry's deal is for five years at $60 million with an $18.5 million signing bonus, a source told ESPN's Rob Demovsky.

Demovsky: Packers roll the dice by re-signing Nick Perry
Demovsky: Perry's contract with Packers not as monstrous as it seems

OT Kalil to join brother in Carolina

Matt Kalil is on track to join his brother, Ryan, on the Carolina Panthers' offensive line, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Newton: Reuniting Kalil with brother Ryan a good move for Panthers
Goessling: Kalil's departure closes book on underwhelming run with Vikings

Steve Hauschka, Micah Hyde sign with Bills

Buffalo signed former Seahawks kicker Steve Hauschka and Packers safety Micah Hyde on Thursday. Hauschka signed a four-year, $12.4 million contract, according to a source. Hyde signed a five-year, $30 million contract with $14 million guaranteed, NFL Network reported.

Rodak: Bills write check for Steve Hauschka to replace Dan Carpenter
Rodak: Bills make biggest splash, fill hole at safety with Hyde

Wednesday, March 8

Ravens re-sign backup QB Mallett

Baltimore and backup quarterback Ryan Mallett have reached agreement on a deal, a source confirmed to ESPN.

S Jefferson expected to sign with Ravens

Baltimore sign Arizona safety Tony Jefferson, barring any last-minute negotiating snags, sources told ESPN's Dianna Russini and Adam Schefter.

Hensley: Ravens pair Jefferson with Eric Weddle to form one of best safety tandems
Hensley: Credit Eric Weddle for starting Tony Jefferson's recruitment to Ravens
Hensley: Tony Jefferson gets emotional reflecting on 'long road' to Ravens

WR Stills headed back to Miami

The Dolphins have re-signed wide receiver Kenny Stills to a four-year, $32 million deal that includes $20 million guaranteed, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Walker: Dolphins retain their best deep threat in Kenny Stills
Walker: Rapport with Adam Gase helped lead Kenny Stills back to Dolphins

WR Goodwin leaves Buffalo for San Francisco

Goodwin, 26, enjoyed his best season in 2016 with the Bills, catching a career-high 29 passes for 431 yards and three touchdowns.

Wagoner: Taylor Gabriel 2.0?: 49ers look to ignite Goodwin's career in similar way

LB Worrilow, Lions agree to terms, agent says

It's a one-year deal for Paul Worrilow, who should compete for a starting spot on Detroit's defense.

Rothstein: Lions add depth, high-potential linebacker in Paul Worrilow

Safety Barry Church expected to sign with Jacksonville

The Jaguars are expected to sign veteran safety Barry Church to a four-year deal, a source told ESPN's Adam Caplan.

DiRocco: Jaguars upgrade safety position with addition of Church

QB Brian Hoyer, FB Kyle Juszczyk to sign with San Francisco

Free-agent quarterback Brian Hoyer is expected to sign a multiyear contract with the 49ers, who are planning to also sign Ravens Pro Bowl fullback Kyle Juszczyk, sources told ESPN.

Wagoner: Landing Hoyer allows 49ers to keep quarterback options open
Wagoner: More than just a fullback? 49ers have big plans for Kyle Juszczyk

Bills agree to deal with Tolbert

Mike Tolbert agreed to a deal with Buffalo, but he will be a running back after playing fullback the past five seasons for the Carolina Panthers, a source told ESPN's Jordan Raanan.

Rodak: Bills set to add short-yardage bruiser in FB/RB Mike Tolbert

LaFell re-signing with Bengals on a two-year deal

The Bengals have agreed to terms with wide receiver Brandon LaFell, his agent announced Wednesday.

Terrell: Bengals stop free-agent exodus at receiver, keep Brandon LaFell

Patriots get TE Dwayne Allen in trade with Colts

Indianapolis has agreed to trade tight end Dwayne Allen to New England, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Colts agreed to send Allen and a sixth-round pick to New England for a Patriots fourth-round pick, per league sources.

Reiss: Patriots' acquisition of Dwayne Allen likely means Martellus Bennett departs
Wells: Dwayne Allen expendable for Colts with emergence of Jack Doyle
Clay: What Allen can do for fantasy owners now that he's a Patriot

DE Branch to re-sign with Dolphins

Defensive end Andre Branch is returning to Miami after agreeing to a three-year, $27 million deal with the team, a source told ESPN's Josina Anderson.

Walker: Branch is proof the Dolphins value their own free agents after a 10-6 season

Falcons set to re-sign backup QB Matt Schaub

Atlanta and Schaub have reached an agreement on a two-year, $9 million deal, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Taylor gets restructured deal; Patrick DiMarco likely to sign

The Bills have agreed on a restructured contract with quarterback Tyrod Taylor. Buffalo is expected to finalize a deal Thursday to sign fullback Patrick DiMarco, who played for the Falcons last season.

Rodak: Bills risk status quo by opting for safe decision on Taylor
Rodak: Bills to swap fullbacks, replace Jerome Felton
McClure: DiMarco a big loss for Falcons' top-ranked offense

OT Wagner expects to sign with Lions, sources say

Ravens free-agent offensive tackle Rick Wagner expects to become a Lion, assuming there are no snags in final negotiations Thursday, sources tell ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Rothstein: Wagner will improve Lions run game, protect Matthew Stafford
Rothstein: Getting Wagner means Bob Quinn hitting free-agent targets once again

49ers expected to add WR Garcon to offense for 2017

Garcon can't finalize his deal with the 49ers until 4 p.m. Thursday, but when the contract is signed, as expected, league sources told ESPN's Chris Mortensen that they believe he will make $16 million in his first year.

Wagoner: 49ers find familiarity in pricey veteran Garcon

Cowboys bring WR Butler back on one-year deal

Brice Butler, who caught 16 passes for 219 yards and three touchdowns in 2016, is headed back to Dallas. With Terrance Williams expected to sign elsewhere, Butler could see a larger role in the offense in 2017.

Archer: Cowboys have cover at receiver in Butler deal but can still do more

WR Marshall agrees to two-year deal with Giants

Brandon Marshall is staying in New York -- but switching teams. His deal is worth $12 million.

Raanan: Giants give Odell Beckham Jr. help by landing Marshall
Cimini: From Jets' perspective, Marshall to Giants is better than to Pats

TE Davis remaining with Redskins

Washington, D.C., native Vernon Davis announced on his Snapchat account that he re-signed with the Redskins for three more years.

Keim: Redskins prevent another hole in passing game by retaining Davis

Source: Chargers expected to re-sign S Addae

Signed as an undrafted free agent in 2013, Jahleel Addae worked his way into a bigger role with the Chargers, starting 27 games in four seasons.

Williams: Keeping Jahleel Addae provides versatility in secondary for Chargers

Tuesday, March 7

Texans reach deals with PK Novak and P Lechler

Nick Novak and Shane Lechler will remain in Houston, where they both performed well in 2016.

TE Doyle sticking with Colts on new contract

Tight end Jack Doyle has agreed to terms to remain with Indianapolis, according to a source.

Wells: Colts maintain continuity on offense by re-signing Jack Doyle

DE Johnson returns to Panthers with 2-year deal

Carolina agreed to a two-year contract with defensive end Charles Johnson, the team announced. The deal is worth $9.5 million, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Newton: Panthers get Johnson for another bargain

Omameh to re-sign with Jaguars

The Jaguars and reserve guard Patrick Omameh have agreed to terms on a new contract, his agents announced on Twitter.

DiRocco: Jaguars secure experienced depth by bringing back Omameh

Gresham, Cardinals agree to four-year contract

Arizona and tight end Jermaine Gresham have agreed to a four-year deal, the team announced. Financial terms of the contract were not announced.

Weinfuss: Gresham re-signs with Cardinals, keeps connection with Palmer

Monday, March 6

Develin agrees to 2-year deal with Patriots

Getting a head start on free agency, the Patriots have agreed to a two-year deal with fullback James Develin to return to the club.

Reiss: Develin's two-year Patriots deal includes $300K signing bonus

Gholston agrees to return to Buccaneers

Sources told ESPN the Bucs and William Gholston agreed to a $27.5 million deal that could be worth up to $36.5 million based on sack incentives and other escalators. The contract includes $13.5 million guaranteed, according to a source.

Laine: Bucs getting best run-stuffer back in Gholston

Saturday, March 4

Kerley agrees to deal with 49ers

The deal is worth $10.5 million over three years, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Adam Caplan.

Wagoner: Keeping Jeremy Kerley a sensible, low-cost move for 49ers